Ultrasound Diagnosis of Osteoreparation Dynamics in Polytrauma (Clinical Case)

H.V. Lobanov, D.V. Kuzmenko, S.A. Bessmertnyi

Abstract


This article provides a clinical case of application of ultrasonic method of investigation to visualize the area of comminuted fracture of the tibia and its subsequent dynamic evaluation. The authors defined the criteria for ultrasonography, which enables to assess objectively and informatively the fracture zone, to identify the signs of bone fragment union, to observe the process of consolidation during the whole hospital treatment of the patient. The authors concluded that the use of ultrasonic method of investigation allows the clinicians to determine objectively the signs of fracture healing in an earlier period than it was determined radiographically.


Keywords


ultrasound diagnosis; polytrauma; osteoreparation

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/1608-1706.3.16.2015.80241

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